Squid Ink Tuiles

Want to know how to make those super cool squid ink coral/ lace tuiles? They're easier than you might think. All it takes is flour, water, oil and squid ink. That and a little patience to and you'll get this beautiful modernist cuisine style garnish.

Sugared Cranberries

Simple Christmas Recipe for Sugared Cranberries Rough Recipe (let's be real it doesn't have to be exact)

Crispy Milk Skin Shards

One ingredient and a little time turns what is normally considered an imperfection or a nuisance into something beautiful. I didn't invent this technique, I think Rene Redzepi was the first person to use milk skins in a dish (correct me if I'm wrong though) and I've seen crispy milk on a few dishes in […]

Vibrant Green Oil for Plating

This is a three ingredient recipe for a vibrant and bright green oil for plating. This oil is great for adding a pop of bright green colour and also adds a really nice flavour to savoury dishes. There are reasons behind some of my choices of ingredients, I chose a neutral oil instead of olive […]

Perfectly Flat Fried Garnish

This is a super simply method of frying herbs to keep them perfectly flat and completely in tact using equipment you have at home. For these flat fried herbs, I used basil but you can use tons of other herbs like parsley, sage, even baby kale. They are a great garnish for all sorts of […]

Coral Lace Tuiles

Super thin, coral tuiles that are great for a crispy plate garnish.